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My wife and I had our NJ relatives in for a few days for our annual pilgrimage to Christkindlmarkt and Main St in Bethlehem. We stopped, as always, to visit the Moravian Book Shop. My wife and I had last been there in the Spring,...More
While we knew the store changed hands, it is sad to see what our favorite Bethlehem store is like now. Gone is the Christmas flavor and character. Store is a disappointment compared to other years in its history. Crowds are gone and inventory is sparse...More
The Moravian Book Shop was always a favorite stop on our Christmas visits to Bethlehem. It always had a wonderful selection of ornaments and gifts, and it always felt like a charming, cozy place. Now that the college took it over, it barely has any...More
I always enjoyed a walk through the Moravian Book Store in Bethlehem. Well as you may have read it was taken over by Moravian College and Barnes and Noble will be running it or should I say ruining it.
I will admit it is under...More
This bookstore used to be outstanding. However, it was taken over by new owners and much of the charm has been lost. The specialty foods and treasures are gone, and there are very few new books on the shelves. I was disappointed to see that...More
I really wasn't anxious to visit this store after taking a city tour and learning the deep history of the Moravian Church and the founding of Bethlehem. I figured it would be a typical Christian bookstore. What a pleasant surprise to find that this store...More
America's oldest book shop (1745), the Moravian book shop operates today as a contemporary general store. Yes, they sell books including books about Bethlehem, Leigh Valley and Moravian life. Book signings occur upon occasion like Gregory D. Huber's "The Barns of Southeastern Pennsylvania: Architecture &...More